It is never easy to hit aces, but the quality tennis players make it seem like the easiest job. Perfect aces are quick and easy points but need accuracy and perfection to hit them. Let's take a look at the most aces in French Open History (Top 10).
John Isner leads the list of the most aces in French Open history with 671 aces. The American player's highest rank in the ATP singles is world No. 8. Also, he is considered one of the best servers ever to play on the ATP Tour.
With 669 aces in the French Open history, Roger Federer is sitting at the second position on this list. One of the biggest names in tennis history, Federer won his first French Open in June 2009. Overall, he is the winner of 20 Grand Slam titles.
Ivo Karlovic made it to this list with 534 aces in French Open. The Croatian player is the joint tallest ranked player in tennis history alongside Reilly Opelka. He also was the official record-holder for the fastest serve in tennis; at 251 km/h (156 mph). Later, Samuel Groth surpassed the record unofficially in 2012, and John Isner did it officially in 2016.
The 2015 French Open winner made it to this list with 503 aces. The Swiss tennis player became the world No. 3 for the first time on 27 January 2014; the highest ATP rank in his career. Stan Wawrinka defeated Novak Djokovic in the final with 4–6 6–4 6–3 6–4 and clinched the 2015 French Open title.
Novak Djokovic has the fifth-highest aces to his name with 470 aces. The Serbian player won the Fench Open title twice in 2016 and 2021. Currently, the world's No. 1 ATP ranked player, he finished as the year-end No. 1 a record a total of 7 times.
With 435 aces in French Open history, Kevin Anderson made it to this list. The South African player became the top-ranked South African player on 10 March 2008 after reaching the 2008 Tennis Channel Open final in Las Vegas.
Nicolas Almagro is present on this list after hitting 435 aces in the history of French cricket. The former Spanish player made it to the quarterfinals of the French Open in 2008, 2010, and 2012. Unfortunately, he could not win any.
Currently, the highest-ranked French player, Gael Monfils is the 8th player on this list with 431 aces. One of the highlights of his career is reaching the semifinals of the 2008 French Open.
The ninth tennis player on this list is Gustavo Kuerten. The former Brazilian former world No. 1 won the French Open singles title thrice in his career in 1997, 2001, and 2001. He made it to this list with 405 aces.
Ivan Ljubicic is present on this list with 404 aces. One of the biggest highlights of the former Croatian player's career is reaching the semifinal of the 2006 French Open.